Split Airport has announced the flight schedule for several airlines from mid-July to August 1 this year, as reported by Croatian Aviation.
More than 40 different airlines will operate over 100 routes, primarily international, until August 1. Split is already connected to several European destinations, with many airlines increasing the number of rotations to Split Airport in the coming days.
By August 1, almost 1950 aircraft operations are expected, and by August 1, Split will welcome a little more than 100 operations per day or more than 50 daily flights.
Split will traditionally record the most significant traffic on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, when there will be up to 140 commercial aircraft operations at this airport, including KLM, SAS, Eurowings, Croatia Airlines, Trade Air, Smartwings, Wizz Air, EasyJet, Norwegian Air, Great Dane Airlines, Transavia, Vueling, Windrose, Edelweiss, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Ukraine International, SkyUp, Air France, Aeroflot, Condor Airlines, Luxwing, Air Baltic, Ryanair, TUI Fly Belgium and Nordic, British Airways, Air Serbia, Swiss, Iberia, Siberia Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Volotea, LOT, Finnair, Jet2, and Luxair.
Split will be connected to all major European hubs, including Frankfurt, Munich, London, Amsterdam, Zurich, Paris, Vienna, Rome, Madrid, Copenhagen, but also many other destinations such as Berlin, Dusseldorf, Kyiv, Moscow, Rotterdam, Lyon, Oslo, Stockholm, Riga, Belgrade, Geneva, Brussels, Venice, Helsinki, Manchester, Warsaw, Barcelona, Dortmund, Cologne, and Gothenburg.
On July 20 alone, Split Airport recorded more than 40 landings and 40 takeoffs on 26 routes, with only three domestic routes. On that day, Split connected to major European hubs including Amsterdam, Munich, Copenhagen, Zurich, Paris, and Vienna.